Lahore : Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Senator Siraj ul Haq, has said that the nation had not noticed any change in the wake of the 2018 elections while the major problems being faced by the country were increasing.
He was addressing the JI workers at Mansoora on Saturday.
Siraj ul Haq said that the foremost responsibility of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court was to ensure justice to the people. He said the Chief Justice’s interest in the building of dams and his visits to hospitals were appreciable. However, he said, before his retirement, the CJP should take notice of the courts working where lakhs of cases were lying pending for years.
He further said that if the CJP and all other judges fixed a single day in a month to hear cases pertaining to a particular area in the area mosque, it would have appreciable results. Besides, he said, if the CJP took some concrete step to retrieve the national wealth from the plunderers, the nation would always remember him.
Sirajul Haq also called for strict action against those who were hiding their wealth. He said that all documentation regarding the wealth was incorrect and the volume of the hidden wealth was hundred times more than the total loan of the country. He also urged the Supreme Court to take action against the institutions who had been in collision with the corrupt people.
The JI chief said that the PTI government was continuing the status quo that had been maintained by the PPP, the PML(N) and the military dictators due to which, the people who had been expecting a change were disappointed.
He said that the party talking of the Madian state was keen to celebrate Basant, a Hindu festival.
The JI chief salted the silence of the UN and other world institutions over the brutalities of Indian occupation forces in Held Kashmir. He said that for the last several months, Indian forces had killed from six to ten innocent Kashmiris every day and Indian designs behind this killing were no secret.
He said, in the past, India had been claiming that the fighters were coming were coming from neighboring lands. But by now, the whole world had come to know that the liberation movement had been started by the Kashmiris themselves and they alone had been offering their lives for this cause during the last seven decades. He said that in this situation, Pakistan and the Muslim world should openly support the Kashmiris’s liberation struggle.